Steven Younkins is an aspiring cartoonist. He began drawing pictures of people doing strange and often ridiculous things in 1903 when he and Edwin Binney discovered crayons in an ancient Mesopotamian tomb. It turns out that every song by the Beatles is about him, including “The Continuing Story of Bungalow Bill.” He once punched George Washington in the face at a fancy dress party. Jacques Derrida stole the concept for Of Grammatology from a book report that Steven wrote in the third grade.
Those are all ludicrous fabrications.
Steven is a recent graduate with a B.A. in English from Hood College where Circ Jockeys ran in the college news paper.
If you want to get in touch with Steven, you can send an eMail to steve at circjockeys dot com.
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